The Cinderella Bride

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Thorndike Press, 2010 - Fiction - 235 pages
6 Reviews
Girls like secretary Emma O'Rourke shouldn't believe in fairy tales, so she keeps her head down and works hard. Now, summoned to bring back the heir of Kent Hotels, she has to step out of the shadows. ... Unshaven and jaded, Gideon Kent has been sailing the world too long. As he docks, he's surprised to find Emma waiting for him. Until now Gideon has refused the role he was born for - but the pretty and oh-so-diligent Miss O'Rourke might just change his mind. Gideon Kent will show Emma that Prince Charming certainly does exist!

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User Review  - Rubina - Goodreads

When Mariah Kent told her effecient secetary, Emma O'Rourke to deliver a package to her grandson Gideon, even she did not think that Emma would take her words literally. When Emma goes to deliver the ... Read full review

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Well written book. Very nice read. The characters are portrayed well. Read full review

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